Water survival training

Senior Airman Austin Schwier, 39th Rescue Squadron HC-130N loadmaster, simulates properly disengaging from his parachute in open water as part of his water survival training March 4, 2018 near Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. Schwier and fellow HC-130N aircrew must undergo the training once every three years in order to remain qualified to fly. The training is conducted by members of the 920th Operations Support Squadron, 304th RQS and 308th RQS. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Lindsey Maurice)

PHOTO BY: 920th Rescue Squadron
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